Gov. Sam Brownback shook hands with Phyllis Gilmore, Department for Children and Families secretary, after signing a welfare reform bill into law Thursday in Topeka.
Gov. Sam Brownback shook hands with Phyllis Gilmore, Department for Children and Families secretary, after signing a welfare reform bill into law Thursday in Topeka. Orlin Wagner AP
Gov. Sam Brownback shook hands with Phyllis Gilmore, Department for Children and Families secretary, after signing a welfare reform bill into law Thursday in Topeka. Orlin Wagner AP

Brownback signs welfare restrictions bill that drew national criticism

April 16, 2015 10:51 AM

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